Course: Sanskrit Grammar and Composition

  • Creative instinct will be developed and nourished with adequate knowledge of grammar of the language.
  • Students would become proficient in creating Rasakavyam- ‘Bakyang Rasatamakang Kavyam’
  • Proficiency in creating poetry would entail material prosperity and fame thereby changing the course of life for students studying Sanskrit.


Course: Classical Sanskrit Literature

  • The willingness and ability to create an ideal state: Ramrajya emanates from the reading of these texts.
  • It also cultivates the spirit of rebellion against injustice as well as teaches students to maintain peace.


Course: Classical Survey of Sanskrit Literature:

  • The study of this Course enables students to maintain balance between theory and praxis, Materialism and demands of life.
  • It helps in creating a sense of brotherhood and affable personalities.
  • It provides a clear and substantial understanding of the credentials and functioning of prose-poetry: its construction and wordplays.


Course: Gita and Upanishads: Drama and Literary Criticism

  • Students would be able to assimilate the spirit of The Gita and The Upanishads which would be helpful in building character of the students.
  • Study of this Course would create a value system that is necessary to navigate the professional world.
  • Students would develop higher levels of concentration and have knowledge about diverse disciplines.
  • Study of this Course would enhance the capability to fight out all the odds of life and take progressive strides.


Course: Indian Social Institutions and Polity

  • This Course would teach the value of fulfilling individual and social responsibilities, and follow discipline and law.
  • Students would have a basic understanding of the social nomenclature of ancient India and would willingly find its essence in modern social structure.
  • Students would have substantial knowledge about legal structures, legal concerns and ways to address them if they intend to enter the legal fraternity.


Course: Indian Epigraphy, Paleography and Manuscriptology

  • After completion of this Course, students would develop a spirit of exploration and scientific discovery.
  • Students would know the styles and patterns used in ancient inscriptions.
  • One can become a philologist or/and an Epigraphist.


Course: Yoga and Upanishad

  • Students would have adequate knowledge about this cosmos and the phenomenon of life.
  • Students will have understand the duality: Vidya and Avidya and accordingly enrich their professional life.


Course: Vedic Hymns, Ontology, epistemology, Indian Philosophy

  • Study of this Course would instill a sense of Vedic values and students would lead a life based on them.
  • Students would realize the various ramifications of ideas viz. swadharma and purushartha and thereby lead a complete life.


Course: Sanskrit Grammar, Linguistics, Ethical Literature, Fundamentals of Ayurveda, Environmental Awareness

  • Students would be proficient in Sanskrit language.
  • Students would be knowledgeable about politics and the idea of sushashana, and have adequate knowledge about economics and economic dimension of sushashana.
  • Students would be aware of the need to maintain a balance between nature and society.
  • Students would be aware of the possibility of drawing necessary knowledge of Ayurveda to augment modern healing practices.